My 8 year old son and I decided to go hiking on our vacation. We paid the $15 fee (able to pay by credit or cash) and drove to the top of the mountain. Be careful if you drive as people are walking in the...More
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About Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
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Walked through Torrey Pines on the Susan G Komen 3 Day walk. Quiet place with lots of trees. Didn't really see any animals.
We very much enjoyed walking along this beach as the tide receded, leaving flat hard-packed sand. The red cliffs are very scenic, with trails through the reserve lands up top. Check high tide time before arriving.
This was a highlight of my trip to San Diego. The sandstone cliffs, vegetation, beaches and views are amazing. Arrive early to get parking at the top parking lot. The fee to visit the park is less expensive during the week. Wear sturdy shoes, bring...More
Fun hike with great views. Loved seeing the cliffs, water, and various trees. Would definitely recommend to anyone visiting.
We spent the afternoon here, first hiking the Guy Fleming trail and the hanging out at the beach until after sunset. Not crowded on a Saturday in November and not too cold (though chilly once the sun went down). Plenty of parking spaces in the...More
My wife and I recently visited the Torrey Pines Reserve with friends. This is a great natural location with fantastic hiking trails and fabulous views. We enjoyed our visit and would definitely recommend this place for a day trip while in the San Diego area....More